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Internet Banking for the American Exchange Bank
New Internet Banking Website as of November 28, 2007
Click on the word Enroll below to accept the disclosures and to complete the enrollment form. You will choose your own Access ID and Passcode. We suggest first initial and last name such as jsmith for John Smith's Access ID.

Internet Banking Login

Click on the word Enroll above to accept the disclosures and to complete the enrollment form.You will choose your own Access ID and Passcode. We suggest first initial and last name such as jsmith for John Smith's Access ID.


Internet Banking Login Instructions For Current Users
If you have questions click here to submit your question to receive more information about our Internet Banking service.

How secure is my information when I use Internet Banking?

The security of your account information is a top priority at the American Exchange Bank. To make certain the information you send over the Internet is secure when you are using Internet Banking, we use Secure Transmission Control Protocol, the highest industry standards to safeguard your information. The padlock, or key icon, at the bottom or your browser window indicates that the Secure Transmission Control Protocol is in effect. We also work closely with our computer companies to protect all of your information. For security reasons, and to make sure no one else can sign in to your account, we never give out passwords. Only you have access to your password. Please make sure that you store your password in a safe place because you'll need it each time you sign in to your account.

Internet Banking Access

If you do not have a current Access ID and Passcode you must click on the word Enroll above. After you complete the enrollment form the bank will receive your request for Internet Banking services. You will not have online access until your account is activated by the bank

We will never send your Internet Banking login information to you by e-mail. We will not ask you to send us e-mail with your account number or Social Security number. Please inform us if you receive any e-mail that asks you to send that information.


Telephone Banking Access

You can no longer access your account information by telephone.



If you have a problem with Internet Banking please contact the bank by phone, 402-994-4000. Except for holidays you can call during business hours 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Monday - Friday and 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday.